How to replace a price pfister shower cartridge
- What part do you need to replace?
- Price Pfister Replacement Parts
- Repairing a Leaking Price Pfister Shower Faucet (replacing/tuning Up the Cartridge)
What part do you need to replace?
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Please Note: Price Pfister has discontinued some of their replacement parts over the years. You can find a list of these discontinued items here. Do we sell Price Pfister Faucets? Sorry, we only sell Price Pfister parts. Have a question about Price Pfister repairs? Try Plbg. Need a Price Pfister part number?
There are a couple of common signs that a Price Pfister single-handle shower faucet could use a cartridge repair or replacement. Replacing the cartridge will fix this problem, but you can also try simply lubricating the O-rings on the cartridge.
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Over time and because of constant use, seals inside the stem wear away, which can lead to leaks either at the handle or the tub spigot. Replacing the stem is a simple job if you have the correct tools and about a half-hour of time. Doing this repair yourself can save you the headache of finding and paying a plumber. Turn the faucet handle to remove any standing water in the plumbing. Locate the center screw that secures the handle to the shower stem.
To receive warranty assistance or service, be prepared with a description of the problem, model number, purchaser contact information and date of purchase. Have proof of purchase and be prepared to return product for inspection if requested. Visit our Pfister Warranty page for more information on warranty coverage. To purchase replacement parts for your out of warranty faucet, visit our Where to Buy page and select the online retailer section. If you are not sure whether or not your faucet is covered under warranty, please contact us at Monday-Friday am to pm PST, Saturday am to pm PST before purchasing parts.
Price Pfister Replacement Parts
Price Pfister Shower Valve Repair
Repairing a Leaking Price Pfister Shower Faucet (replacing/tuning Up the Cartridge)
I remodeled it myself about 4 years ago and lately once shutting the water off its still dripping, to various degrees of leaking. Sometimes its a lot sometimes just a drip here or there, but its annoying and its screwing up my tub so.. Now each one of these single handle systems are different, they all have basically the same type of parts but these repairs will only work with a Price Pfister system, and even still when i went back to the depot to buy replacement parts they didnt have the parts I needed, even though I bought the whole thing there. So what I did worked for me, hopefully if you're experiencing the same kind of problem I had then it'll work for you. Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson.